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Saturday, 17 May 2014 19:10

Franques

Franques is a biggest DJ and Producer from Switzerland.

 

release (remixes) on Radium Records:

Into the Light

Hey Yo REMIXES

 

 

Published in Artists
Wednesday, 26 March 2014 10:02

Hey-Yo REMIXES

release date:    09.05.2014          Cat.RR23040

 


1. Hey-Yo (Franques RMX Club edit)
2. Hey-Yo (George Stapel Radio edit)
3. Hey-Yo (George Stapel Club edit)
4. Hey-Yo (Stani Rosch Club edit)
5. Hey-Yo (Mr.Raz Remix)

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Published in Latest Releases
Friday, 21 February 2014 11:05

Into the light

OUT NOW!!!    Cat.RR23000

 ***EXCLUSIV RELEASE  DATE on BEATPORT : 28.03.2014***  

 

release date:  11.04.2014 (worldwide)   

 

I am here to show

You place you didn’t´ know and take

You higher than you´ll ever go to feel

What you´ve never felt before

Close your eyes

 

Chorus:

Let´s soar

Away into the light

Where everything´s so warm and bright

Through the universe and skies

Where all of us turn into life

Feel the fire in my eyes

They´re burning for you every night

Away into the light

 

Verse2:

And so I will let you know

How to flow oh oh oh

Take it nice

Take it slow

I know where you need to go

It´s a place beyond your soul

 

Chorus

Breakdown:

Into the light, light, light (4x)

 

1. Into the light (original)
2. Into the light (Steve Modana RMX Radio edit)
3. Into the light (Steve Modana RMX Club edit)
4. Into the light (Jake Dile & Judge Erik Remix)
5. Into the light (Franques RMX Radio edit)
6. Into the light (Franques RMX Club edit)
7. Into the light (unplugged live Radiostation)
8. Into the light (Original Instrumental)

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Tuesday, 10 January 2012 10:40

RIA

…Several years ago when singer/songwriter Ria was a student at the prestigious Berklee College of Music, she had a chance to perform for Melissa Etheridge at Matthews Arena in Boston at an event where the famed singer earned her doctorate from the school.

Running into Ria after Ria had done her number, Etheridge exclaimed “You rocked my world!” With the release of Ria’s self titled independent debut, it’s our turn—but, musically, the Colombian born, Miami raised performer is doing a lot more than rocking.

Her multi-faceted collection includes tracks that range from soft pop to what she calls “R&B pop with an attitude and bluesy melodies,” dance pop and, drawing on her own cultural influences and her Miami background, Latin pop. Etheridge isn’t the only major Grammy winning artist to find herself enthralled with Ria’s powerhouse voice and onstage charm. While still at Berklee, Ria opened a show in New Haven, Connecticut for jazz vocalist Dee Dee Bridgewater, and later sang background and lead vocals in a show by salsa great Ruben Blades.

Ria’s intimate, inspirational ballad “Change”—which she wrote after recording the initial tracks for her album—got a lot of buzz in South Florida during the 2008 election cycle, and she was invited to perform it at a kickoff event for Hispanics for Obama in Miami, an LGBT private fundraiser, an event for Congressional candidate Annette Taddeo and various regional Latin TV shows. It was also played on Air America. Ria has performed live at numerous venues throughout South Florida including the Miami Botanical Gardens, Commodore Plaza at Coconut Grove, the Hard Rock Café in Bayside, Klutch & Passions Nightclub, Florida Marlin’s Sunlife Stadium and the Gulfstream Casino.

Her latest and most renowned performance took place at the Cruzan amphitheatre in West Palm Beach as she was selected to open for grammy winning artist and songwriter John Mayer on his last stop of The Battle Studies summer tour 2010. “Alright,” the infectious, laid back first single from Ria’s album about overcoming loss, is currently on the list of Top 20 songs being considered for performance on the 2010 Lilith Fair tour. The song has already hit the airwaves and has become very popular online, where Ria’s fan base is growing in the U.S., South America, The Caribbean, Europe and Asia. One of the few songs she has written starting on the piano, Ria wrote most of the song with a different chorus for a class assignment at Berklee—and she fleshed it out with the help of her songwriting teacher. Ria likes to mention two other tracks that offer a glimpse into the project’s exciting diversity. She wrote the Latin flavored pop tune “Queens of the Night” poolside, thinking about women just wanting to get out, have fun, and have a night to themselves. “Club Zombie” is a cleverly titled dance track featuring Ria’s soulful, Sade-ish vocal that was inspired by the “male predators” that make it their mission to sweep women off their feet; Ria winks at them as if to say, we’re wise to your game, we’re just playing along. “I’m really excited about the album finally coming out and the opportunity to play more live shows in different venues and cities,” says Ria. “It’s great to be able to show people who I am and what I am about.

As an artist, my value is based on my ability to connect to the audience, to make people feel what I am singing. If you’re making that emotional connection, you can transcend concerns about perfect technique and more importantly, create something everlasting between yourself and the fans.”

 

 

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